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Man charged for distributing obscene video

By TORIKA TOKALAU
Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Update: 3:15PM A 25-year-old industrial worker will appear at Nausori court this afternoon for allegedly distributing obscene video clips through mobile phones.

Police spokesman Inspector Atunaisa Sokomuri said that between October and December last year, the accused allegedly stole a Blackberry mobile phone belonging to the victim while at work in Nausori.

Mr Sokomuri said the man managed to unlock the phone and accessed the directory where he saw a video footage of the victim and a woman having sex.

The accused allegedly went and publically exhibited the footage to two of his friends who knew the victim.

The man is charged with one count of theft, unauthorized access, and two counts of traffic in obscene publications.








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